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Saturday, October 7, 2017 Options

Brass band special ahead of Thursday night's HONK NYC! extravaganza at WFMU’s Monty Hall w/ Hungry March Band, bands from Brazil, NOLA and more!

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Tonight TSP returns to one of our favorite themes, global brass band music! We want to get you psyched for our all-ages (BYOB) brass band extravaganza, HONK NYC! in NJ! Thursday night October 12th at our own Monty Hall, 43 Montgomery Street in Jersey City, NJ.

This year for the first time our Monty Hall collaboration with the fabulous HONK NYC! festival of brass and street bands (see 2015 video below for past evidence) includes NY's first and foremost street brass juggernaut, the legendary Hungry March Band. Plus Damas de Ferro, a dynamic all-women's band from Brazil, superb NOLA second line outfit New Creations and more. And if you’re free early you can march with the bands from Jersey City’s Newark Ave pedestrian plaza (at Two Boots) to Monty Hall before the show!

HONK NYC!@ Monty Hall Thurs Oct 12: Tickets and info:

http://tiny.cc/honknyc-monty





HONK NYC! Jersey City / Monty Hall, Thursday October 12th, 2017:

Tickets and info:

http://tiny.cc/honknyc-monty

Schedule:

Pre-show gathering / performance / parade pm from Two Boots / Newark Ave pedestrian plaza, Jersey City to FMU starts at 5 pm.

Doors open at Monty Hall (43 Montgomery Street in Jersey City) and the parade arrives, at 7 pm.

Then the bands play in this order at Monty Hall:

Pussy Grabs Back - a bombastic brass band response to the State of the Union - 7:30 pm

New Creations Brass Band - New Orleans second line powerhouse) at 8 pm

Damas de Ferro - electrifying all-female brass band from Brazil at 8:40

Veveritse Brass Band - virtuosic Balkan-inspired revelry at 9:20

Hungry March Band - the first-ever Monty Hall appearance by NYC’s first and finest activist brass leviathan! - at 10 pm

This Week's Playlist:

Kinky featuring Banda los Recoditos: Bien Pedo, Bien Loco Options / MTV Unplugged (0:00:00 )

La Original Banda El Limon de Salvador Lizarraga: Empiezo a Sentir tu Ausencia Options (0:03:37 )

Café Tacuba: El Fin de la Infancia Options / Re (0:06:45 )

Red Baraat: Horizon Line Options / Bhangra Pirates (0:15:15 )

Band Master Rangeela and Rasila: Emosanal Attyachaar (Brass Band Version) Options / Dev D (Bollywood OST) (0:16:50 )

Shyam Brass Band: Leke Pehla Pehla Pyar (from C.I.D.) Options / Street Music Volume 2 / Tips (0:21:41 )

Krishna Das and The Modern Light Music Brass Band: Gurans Ko Phool Siuri Options / Various Artists: Frozen Brass Asia / Pan (0:26:22 )

Banda Filarmonica: Bella Andajina Options / Various Artists: Mountain Music Of Peru, Vol.1 / Smithsonian Folkways (0:30:39 )

Banda Conmocion: Mi Cholita Linda Flor Options / Cuerpo Repartido / Oveja Negra (0:32:39 )

Conjunto de San Martin: Cuecas And Huayños Options / Various Artists: Frozen Brass Africa and Latin America / Pan (0:39:14 )

Antontio Roberto: O Dom de Sambar Options / Various Artists: Música De Pernambuco - Cultura Popular (0:39:48 )

Samba Brass Band: Samba em Dez Options / Various Artists: Música De Pernambuco - Cultura Popular (0:42:01 )

Goran Bregovic w/ Boban Marković Orchestra: Kalašnjikov Options / Underground (Soundtrack) (0:48:32 )

Slobodan Salijevic Orchestra: Dragoljubov Čoček Options / Prva Truba '84 / Jugoton (0:51:27 )

Džambo Agušev Orchestra: / Brass - Like it Hot / ARC Music (0:55:55 )

Fanfare Ciocărlia: 007 (James Bond Theme) Options / Gili Garabdi: Ancient Secrets Of Gypsy Brass / Asphalt Tango (0:59:16 )

Damas de Ferro: Emergencia Options / Live at Circo Voador, Rio de Janeiro / Unreleased (1:09:59 )
Playing our HONK NYC! show at WFMU's Monty Hall Thursday night!

Mucca Pazza: Fox Hunt Options / L.Y.A. / Leather Bus Records (1:13:19 )

Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band: Gilahari Laku Lerky Unky Delunky Turkan Hey Options / Disco Dischordia (1:16:56 )

Brass Messengers: Ethiopeekish Options / Thigomonasty (1:19:18 )

Banda Olifante: Africa Options / Banda Olifante / Felmay (1:26:18 )

Veveritse Brass Band: Mouser Options / Various Artists: Brasslands / Meerkatmedia (1:36:18 )
Playing our HONK NYC! show at WFMU's Monty Hall Thursday night!

I Chrisodaktili Band: Track 4 Options / I Chrisodaktili Band (1:41:08 )

Fanfare Tirana meets Trans-Global Underground: Weeping Willow Tree Options / Kabatronics / World Village (1:43:05 )

Va Fan Fahre: Akwa Melly Fat Options / Al Wa' Debt / Zephyrus (1:48:44 )

Haïdouti Orkestar: Al Bint El Chalabiya Options / Dogu (1:52:07 )

Tony Hanna & the Yugoslavian Gypsy Brass Band: Hday Hday Options / My Village, Lost Somewhere Between Belgrade and Baghdad (1:56:09 )

Fanfaraï: Elmima Options / Tani (2:01:20 )

Hungry March Band: Hyottoko Options / Portable Soundtracks for Temporary Utopias (2:10:55 )
Playing our HONK NYC! show at WFMU's Monty Hall Thursday night!

Hungry March Band: Disco Bhangra Options / On the Waterfront (2:16:35 )
Did we mention - they're playing our HONK NYC! show at WFMU's Monty Hall Thursday night!

The Band of the Nigeria Police: Calabar Options / Various Artists: Highlife Time Vol. 2: Nigerian & Ghanaian Sounds From The Golden Years / VampiSoul (2:18:40 )

Kwaku Abeka's Arcobrass Ban: Odo Ye Owu Options / Various Artists: Sankofa / World Network (2:23:02 )

Nkaw Kaw Brass Band: Street Parade Highlife Song Options / Various Artists: African Journey: A Search for the Roots of the Blues (Samuel Charters) / Nomad (2:32:03 )

Jaune Toujours vs. Gangbe Brass Band: La Porte du Non Retour Options / Afrobelbeat (2:33:24 )

Group Doueh: Badbada Options / Beatte Harab / WFMU (2:51:48 )
Their set starts in about a half hour at WFMU's Monty Hall - get on over there ASAP!

Group Doueh: Jagwar Doueh Options / Zayna Jumma / Sublime Frequencies (2:55:02 )




Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 10/7/17 6:03pm Bas NL:

Hi Rob!
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 6:08pm Rob W:

Good evening Bas and everyone!
Avatar Sat. 10/7/17 6:25pm Doug Werewolf:

Solid gold brass.
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 6:30pm Rob W:

Doug Werewolf, you're hired!
  Sat. 10/7/17 6:42pm St Joe:

The Serbs just called; they wouldn't mind some Bregović they said.
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 6:43pm Rob W:

Ah yes St Joe, can do!
  Sat. 10/7/17 6:50pm Philip:

I usually love this show and appreciate the variety of music from around the world. But this music today is torture. I think I'm challenging myself not to change the station, but it's killing me.
  Sat. 10/7/17 6:50pm St Joe:

Great. I really don't need them mad at me.

prrrtz prrrtz!!
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 6:52pm Rob W:

I did issue a disclaimer at the top of the show!
  Sat. 10/7/17 6:52pm St Joe:

@phillip. songs about machine guns? what's not to like?
  Sat. 10/7/17 7:08pm cat:

group doueh and all the brass bands rule. but sometimes i like the more familiar brass band tones of the washington post march by sousa played by a brass quintet
  Sat. 10/7/17 7:10pm cat:

washington post march is a beautiful song and very american sounding, but i always love it when rob takes us on a musical journey across the world
  Sat. 10/7/17 7:17pm cat:

sousa's washington post is like an aural palate cleanser after so much amazing, complicated brass music from all these disparate countries
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 7:22pm katie:

The breadth of brass is astounding this evening.
  Sat. 10/7/17 7:23pm cat:

its better than being ass-sounding
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 7:23pm Rob W:

Katie, you're hired!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 10/7/17 7:24pm Smilty69:

Hello Rob and friends. I was fortunate to catch the Nigerian parade on 2nd Ave this afternoon. The music and dancing was incredible.
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 7:25pm Rob W:

That sounds great Smilty69!
  Sat. 10/7/17 7:54pm Ike:

Oh dang I wish I'd gone to the Nigerian parade instead of the super lame Korean and Diwali street fests in midtown. Was there any food?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 10/7/17 8:08pm Threemoons:

Hola all. Dropping in for a bit; have WFMU blasting on my Echo while I attempt apartment decrappification activities. Gonna get my biohazard suit on...
  Sat. 10/7/17 8:11pm Ike:

I'm downstairs at Monty Hall and there's not many people waiting to see Group Doueh and $75 Bill! Where is everyone!? Y'all missing out.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 10/7/17 8:13pm Threemoons:

Oooh, I love me some Hungry March Band. IIRC they were the house band for Bindelstiff Family Cirkus back in the day...
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 8:15pm Rob W:

I'll see you down there soon Ike! 75 Dollar Bill are great too, inspired by the Sahel and the Mississippi Delta and they start at 8:30! You're excused folks if you have to miss the end of my show to head on over to Monty Hall!
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 8:20pm Rob W:

Yes Threemoons, that's right!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 10/7/17 8:24pm Threemoons:

Rob W thanks! :D Another useless musical trivia point: Back then, some of their sheet music/regular rotation items were actually old Yiddish favorites--I remember them playing "Alle Brieder" once after a show. Turns out that Jennifer Miller, the Bearded Lady, is or was at the time the head music curator at YIVO www.yivo.org
Avatar    Sat. 10/7/17 8:28pm Rob W:

Very interesting!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 10/7/17 8:49pm wittsend:

cool hungry brass band used to roll through my old warehouse for parties all the time
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